Puerto Rico Cop Calls U.S. Radio Station Reporting Corrupt Mayor of San Juan and Request For Help…

A very emotional female police officer from Puerto Rico’s police department in Guaynabo calls in to a U.S. spanish speaking radio station to tell listeners what is going on in Puerto Rico.  The police woman is very upset, crying and sobbing often, and shares how the Mayor of San Juan is politicizing the situation and not offering help.

The call and video was recorded September 28th, and highlights the corruption within government within Puerto Rico and the Municipal authority of San Juan. The video is English closed captioned (hit “CC” option) and a transcript is below:

Transcript:

Radio Announcer: What is your name?

Police Caller: I cannot give my name because I work for Puerto Rico’s Police Department. I need to pass this information out because the stuff that is being brought from the U.S. is not being distributed.  They are not allowing the Puerto Rican people to receive the donations.

Radio Announcer: What part of Puerto Rico are you calling us from right now?

Police Caller: I am right now in Guaynabo.

Radio Announcer 2: Wow.

Radio Announcer 3: But what information do you have? What have you seen?

Police Caller: The Mayor, Carmen Yulin, is not allowing anyone to distribute… We need… what Puerto Ricans need is that the U.S. armed forces come in and distribute the aid. And that they stop the governor, Rosello, and the mayor, Yulin, on doing what they are doing… It’s an abuse, it looks like communism, in our own island (sobbing)… (sobbing continues, inaudible translation due to cries)…

Police Caller (cont.): People are helping us, but they are not accepting it, they are not accepting anymore help supposedly: “they have to wait for the license, that there are no buses.” …Let me tell you something Boricuas (Puerto Ricans) are dying of hunger (crying continues) … This is a bureaucracy, everything has to be protocol, the lines are stretched. …We can only give one box of water per person (sobbing continues).  …The medics here, people are dying, the hospitals are in crisis.

Police Caller (cont.): I am embarrassed, as a Boricua to work for Puerto Rico’s police and see that we cannot do anything.  There are dozens and thousands and thousands of food and when people ask we cannot give anything away because [Mayor] Carmen Yulin says that we cannot take anything out; because everything is a soap opera, everything is a show and there have to be cameras here and there.  ….Because you know they are just looking for votes for the upcoming years.

Radio Announcer 2: Wow

Police Caller: And the governor won’t move unless there is a camera behind him; [Mayor] Carmen Yulin won’t move unless there is a camera behind her.  This is how we are living in Puerto Rico, meanwhile artists are giving money and the people of Florida are sending stuff, and I don’t know how many more people are helping because we have very limited communication, very limited, and we have no idea what’s going on outside; and the people who are sending stuff, they have to come in; they have to come to help Puerto Rico and distribute what is being wasted …because what else are we going to do?  You tell me, what are we going to do?

Radio Announcer #2: Of course the desperation..

Radio Announcer #3: We are with our hearts broken listening to you describing this situation which is heartbreaking when we know that so many people are helping …this is a police officer speaking.

Police Caller: I’ve been for one hour and a half just trying to download an application because the phones that they give to us I cannot use them as a police officer due to security measures.  But I need to speak for the people because the people are suffering.  Because I, as a cop, and other partners are seeing it.   A lot of people have been posting videos (sobbing – inaudible)  …and no-one is paying attention.

Radio Announcer #3: We are truly sorry for this situation, we did not know that..

Police Caller:  If Cuba and Venezuela want to help and we are grateful for that; and that the government denies their help, the government denies Cuba’s help. …That they reject Venezuela’s help, …Look for God’s sake!  Tell me how is that possible, we need help.

Radio Announcer #3: We are going to send this message out so that it gets to where it needs to get to…

Police Caller:  We want the U.S. to come in, that the strongest forces come in and take the governor out, he is not doing anything, he is just going around and around, …and everyone is like: “oh, look how nice, the governor, he is going in the mud, he is going in the water”, And where is it?  Pardon the expression: WHERE IS THE FOOD?

Police Caller (cont.):  Look, grab the food, grab the sausage can and take it to the families! Stop the show! The governor is just doing a show, is all a show.  There are many mayors that are suffering because they cannot do anything for their people.

Radio Announcer #2: What are they doing with the food? Is it being kept in storage because they are not allowing to give it out?

Police Caller: They are not doing anything, and they tell the harbors (ports) that they cannot bring stuff anymore.  If the U.S. government doesn’t get involved they will finish us.  We are going to end up worse.  …Worse than Cuba, Africa, or worse than Haiti.  We are living in an era that you don’t want to see, people are desperate.  The gasoline, people are already killing each other. Not to rob you, they are doing it so they can be the firsts to get food and take it to their families.

Police Caller (cont.): Do you know what it is when a woman approaches me and tells me “I don’t have any more.” “I don’t know what else to give my kids because I don’t have anymore.” “Water and crackers”!

Radio Announcer #1: Sweetie, thank you for calling us and using this medium to denounce this situation; and good thing that it was you who explained this so that people don’t think that we are making up stuff; because this has nothing to do with politics. This is a very serious situation.

Police Caller: Very Serious (sobbing continues)

Audio/video cuts off

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371 Responses to Puerto Rico Cop Calls U.S. Radio Station Reporting Corrupt Mayor of San Juan and Request For Help…

  1. Niagara Frontier says:

    The MSM is still slow on getting this story fleshed out. The clip that just aired on my local just now said nothing about the incompetence of the local officials.

    Instead, it showed the 2-day old video clip of the mayor basically accusing the President of committing a genocide. This firmly convinces me this is part of their impeachment scheme.

    “The world will see how we are treated — not as second-class citizens, but as animals that can be disposed of,” said Mayor Carmen Yulín Cruz.

    Stand by to hear the “G” word a lot today, with maybe a little “ethnic cleansing” worked in.

    Liked by 5 people

  2. To me it’s pretty clear the goal of the Left in all of this is to turn all the residents of Puerto Rico into refugees and have them flee the island for Florida in order to vote there and hand the Dems the Presidency in 2020.

    Its cold-blooded murder and criminal obstruction through denial of relief, but that’s the game plan. I hope Trump is prepared to take over distribution of relief if necessary to foil the refugee voter-generating machine known as the Democratic Party.

    Liked by 15 people

    • True Patriot says:

      You got that right GuerillaPatriot and this was a HAARPS storm, along with Harvey hitting Texas. Texas and Fla are key states for elections. Time for these evil reptiles to be exposed and arrested all of them, and that stupid Mayor of Puerto Rico Yulin Cruz. She should be cuffed, stuffed and led away for prison as she is now a serial killer of the Puerto Ricans. We dont need the media (LIARS) WE ARE THE MEDIA

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    • Bruce says:

      The ptesident has to send our troops in and make it marshall law,and make sure these people get the stuff thats neing sent

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  3. wheatietoo says:

    People down there are afraid to speak out.
    They are afraid to tell the truth about how corrupt their govt is…if they even realize that’s not how govts are ‘supposed to be’.

    A lot of people in the countries to the South of us are brought up to think that all govts are like theirs…and that corruption is just a part of govt, the world over.

    So this lady police officer was especially brave to speak out.
    I hope this doesn’t come back on her.

    Liked by 20 people

    • Daniel says:

      The personalities of the members of the culture are in some ways reflecting the kinds of families they were raised in… the kinds of schools they were educated in. There are consistent patterns to observe when it comes to specific attitudes and behaviors. One authoritative book on the subject discusses crime. ISBN: 9780814776186 “The Color of Crime” provides strong and interesting insights into this line of analysis.

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    • Orygun says:

      The people who live in Dark blue cities in Dark blue states are also afraid to speak out in our own country. This is how far we have let them push us in a corner. You can feel the tension when you go to public areas. It is awful that this is going on in an American territory but it is just what they have in store for the whole country.
      They need martial law in Puerto Rico right now and the military needs to distribute aid.

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  4. PDQ says:

    Guessing the Governor’s and Mayor’s bellies are full, their thirst quenched.

    Liked by 12 people

  5. jeans2nd says:

    Speaking of radio stations and truth-telling – there are communications and much more help in PR from many many Americans. Just the not kind Fake News ever notices, and about whom we never hear. The “scabs” about whom the PR Teamsters are complaining are CONUS Teamsters going down to PR to help.

    Puerto Rico Amateur Radio Operators Are Playing Key Role in Puerto Rico
    “About two dozen amateur radio operators on the island helped police and first responders communicate when their radio networks failed completely. Some of the radio operators, or hams traveled on trucks to provide communications to the power company, PREPA.”
    https://www.nbcnews.com/news/latino/puerto-rico-amateur-radio-operators-are-playing-key-role-puerto-n805426

    Amateur Radio Operators Heading to Storm-Ravaged Puerto Rico, With Association’s Help
    “the American Radio Relay League is sending 50 amateur radio operators to the island territory to assist in information exchange efforts…
    some of the earliest sources of help came from far away, through the radio waves…
    Amateur radio operators quickly became important relay engineers to people on the ground, ensuring that aid was getting routed where it needed to go and that information was being shared quickly.”
    https://associationsnow.com/2017/09/arrl-amateur-radio-operators-puerto-rico/

    Ham radio operators saving Puerto Rico one transmission at a time
    https://www.click2houston.com/news/national/ham-radio-operators-saving-puerto-rico-one-transmission-at-a-time

    Liked by 10 people

  6. dry hole dutton says:

    now would be a good time to cut puerto rico loose.

    Liked by 6 people

    • Michael says:

      Now would be a good time to drain the Puerto Rican SWAMP!

      Liked by 5 people

    • formerdem says:

      then what happens?

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      • Michael says:

        The longest journey begins with the first step.

        First drain the swamp i.e. remove the slime-ball politicians.

        I have lived down island. I always wondered why so many of the people living in “paradise” lived in such poor circumstances. I think a contributing factor is the fact that every so often a hurricane come through and destroys so much. Giving people stuff instead of teaching them how to fish is another factor. Giving instead of teaching destroys entire cultures. Look at inner city USA for the sad results.

        First drain the swamp i.e. remove the slime-ball politicians.
        Then you ask a proven turnaround artist to look at what are the assets of the USVI and Puerto Rico and how do you use them to good purpose?

        IMO we have exactly that person in the Whitehouse.

        With the release of the above video on a platform the leftists can not yet control I think the first step has been taken.

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    • Maria says:

      Good idea we have many other friends and partners in the world far easier to work with and understanding of people in need. We are currently prevented by US laws and the military that prevent us from working with other countries.

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    • Tiffany says:

      Now would be a good time for Puerto Rican’s to get off their duff and vote for statehood and stop this government dependency.

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  7. Daniel says:

    Communists are pretty famous for killing masses of people in order to further their cause. Soviet Russia, China and lots more are fairly consistent in that way. Once they have power, they use it.

    Liked by 10 people

    • Madi says:

      Cuba and Venezuela wanted to help? How?
      Communists are destroying every country their aloud to let in. Puerto Rico 🇵🇷 first stand your ground against communists. Do not fear the déplorables. We are fighting the same swamp …

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  8. Apollo says:

    Possibility that the PR authorities are in cahoots with the left and the MSM to make Trump look bad after his administration so ably handled Texas and Florida?

    Liked by 5 people

    • benifranlkin says:

      yup…but Trump is fighting back…doesn’t matter if he has to punch down to do it. He knows here is no small enemy… Now it’s out that the Mayor of San Juan was not working with FEMA. Geraldo on FOX this AM blasted corrupt PR politicians for the energy fiasco and laid the blame for the decrepit conditions on the island even before the hurricanes at their feet. All this on top of a bankrupted US Territory that doesn’t pay federal income taxes and where the Drug Companies no longer want to do business as they now have to pay taxes on their profits and voila! Puerto Rico is dead in the water.
      Like President Trump said there are many hard questions the Congress will have to answer in the very near future.

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      • rikster says:

        Geraldo is a phony. I almost turned that interview off. He interviewed the Feminazi Mayor and tossed her softball questions. Then basically said why can’t we all get along. The only meaningful thing he said was calling out the power Co.

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        • Jason says:

          total swamp creature. EVERY major ‘Trump did wrong… impeach’ narrative that has come up of late always seems to have Geraldo pushing it like his life depends on it. Last notable example – DACA recinded had Geraldo basically calling Trump a monster for considering kicking ‘2 year olds out of the country’ and if the ‘law says 2 year olds need to go, then to HELL WITH THE LAW’

          I tried to find a clip of this to share since Fox usually has most of their interviews available for (re)viewing. That one never turned up that I could find.

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      • WSB says:

        I just emailed these three posts on PR by SD to Rivera, Dobbs, Free Citizen Press and Fox and Friends. If anyone has direct email accounts for Sharyl Atkisson and others, please send.

        I know a few of them read here as well, but a direct email to the independent press might help.

        Liked by 5 people

      • Bendix says:

        “ThHe law says a two year old has to go”.
        Actually, the law said the adults couldn’t come here, therefore the adults have to go. Is there a problem I don’t know about, with two year olds going where their parents have to return to?
        What has complicated this is that anchor baby fallacy. I don’t know anybody who thinks it is lawful or even reasonable that someone can just grab something that others have to earn.

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    • Jason says:

      rhetorical? You can bet the cooperating corrupticons in PR has been offered quite a bit for their roles in the Kabuki. It’s pretty freaking amazing and frightening how so many are willing to go along with the con 😦

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    • Flova says:

      Possibility? After this cop’s call more than a possibility. That Carmen freak is probably on the phone to Soros every hour.

      I hope she ends up like Ray Nagin.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Beverly says:

      I don’t doubt that Rep. Gutierrez spearheaded this Puerto Rican Anti Trump effort.

      Liked by 1 person

  9. dbobway says:

    Communism is, make us all equal by force or murder, until everyone falls in line.
    This is what the Communist left want to do country wide.
    And nobody is being arrested or stopped, that promote this destruction of our country.
    If these treasonous leaders were just arrested, just one, of thousands, it would help.

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    • G. Combs says:

      “This is what the Communist left want to do country wide.”

      That is what the Communist left want to do WORLD WIDE. Their experiment with the Soviet Union saw that free people elsewhere undermined their slave state so it HAS TO BE WORLD WIDE. The other ‘experiment’ was the European Movement. The Elite decided that was the correct ‘model’ for a world wide totalitarian dictatorship that LOOKED like a democracy.

      Pascal Lamy Global Governance: Lessons from Europe
      What can the world learn about global governance from the diplomatic model of the European Union?

      Pascal Lamy was high up in the European Union and then the director-general of the World Trade Organization from 2005 to 2013. He is pretty open about what the elite are planing for us and it is not an independent nation!

      https://www.theglobalist.com/pascal-lamy-whither-globalization/

      Liked by 2 people

      • formerdem says:

        to sum up Lamy, “Ours is a high and lonely destiny.” Or, “There are a lot of problems too complicated for you to understand! Better adopt XXXXX as I advise or produce another solution and if you do that probably you are naive and dangerous!” Join the Galactic Empire Now! (or we’ll call you a fool and kill you on our way to power) . But me I am fearless because they appear to try to put only those who agree with them into the highest positions, and those people are crooked dopes. I’ll go with the raggedy people because they pray. Mine eyes have seen the glory.

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      • dbobway says:

        I’ve been all over Europe. Nobody does what we do or how we do it. That is why they all want to live here. I’ve been in this world a long time. Truth is becoming scarce in this world. We will not exist without it.

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  10. Mike Kohler says:

    Puerto Rico is NOT a “state”…… yet. It is a “territory”.
    The “Tenth Amendment” does NOT apply to the territories. They are not “sovereign”. All governmental powers over the territories lie with Congress.
    They can and SHOULD send in the military to take control of corrupt local governments like that of the Liberal-Democrat mayor of San Juan who is BLOCKING distribution of aid to the people for political purposes. :-<

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  11. John G. McLachlan says:

    Communists, Unions, progressives etc. These are too impersonal.

    Publish the names and pictures of the union officials who are suspected of leading the potentially genocidal effort to obstruct delivery of supplies and the government officials who are suspected of colluding with them.

    Arrange for them to be interviewed and given opportunity to explain their actions and make them publicly acknowledge the consequences of their refusal to deliver supplies.

    President Trump’s opponents will be inclined to support the union officials, who are threatening mass murder, for their own personal or political advantage.

    Then make President Trump’s opponents defend the indefensible.

    Afterwards, arresting the entire leadership of the union and those government officials who collude with them will be regarded as the most lenient measure, available to the US government and required, therefore justified, for humanitarian reasons.

    Liked by 9 people

    • Jenny R. says:

      Don’t stop there, publicly name and call out those of our citizens who are using this to make political hay and could care less if a few Puerto Ricans die as a result — they want their Katrina, which means they want to see people dying so they can get on their moral high horse.
      So much for their humanism, their caring, their sense of righteousness.

      Liked by 6 people

    • daddio says:

      Enterprise corruption? RICO investigation into local gruberment and union officials? Trump needs to knock them back on their heels a bit.

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    • trialbytruth says:

      Very ,,,”Art of the deal”

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    • Beverly says:

      I wouldn’t bother with arresting them. America doesn’t have Law any more, only strongmen and whoever owns the judges on the bench. Only our conservative judges rule by the old Law, the Enemy’s judges rule by Leftwing fiat.

      But call them out publicly, name them and shame them and hound them? ABSOLUTELY.

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  12. joshua says:

    I have no doubt there is truth in this interview….but I do not trust anonymous phone callers to radios or newspapers with emotional sob stories….especially one purported to be a LEO….makes no sense. This really sounds like a political hit job on the gov and mayor even if it is true. I read that the PR Teamsters Union are refusing to drive trucks of goods to the needed areas because they are striking for benefits and wage increases……I just am very skeptical based on what is Happening Here with our MEDIA and POLITICS.

    Liked by 2 people

    • Glenn E Stehle says:

      Can you names a single incident where Trump has made a similar charge, like Obama had wire-tapped his campaign, and it hasn’t proved to be correct in the long run?

      I’m sure Trump has much more intelligence than what you give him credit for.

      Liked by 4 people

      • joshua says:

        Glenn…I wish you would take the time to carefully read a comment before busting out with some kind of challenge.

        If you were to read my comment fully, I never mentioned Trump…I spoke of the Anonymous caller as being suspect. You have NO IDEA about me or what credit I give to my President…and frankly, you sound like a liberal hollering “racist” without any reason in reality to do so.

        President Trump is MY PRESIDENT, my choice from the beginning of his campaign, and I follow everything HE says rather than what the MSM and the liberal blogs throw out to discredit him.

        So back off man or pay attention please.

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    • Bendix says:

      I agree with you, this should not be taken at face value. That is why the American MSM should immediately be checking out the veracity of the matter.
      Not verifying the identity of the caller, but verifying the allegations she has made. If what she says is true, it does not matter who she is.
      We already saw the mayor in a new tee shirt with supplies behind her, talking to a flake in our media who didn’t bother to ask the obvious questions, so that would tend to support the story, but, who knows?

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    • This is all over FB posted by reputable sites.

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    • margarite1 says:

      You’re wrong – it makes a LOT of sense. As a LEO she sees up close the desperate situations and also sees that help is being obstructed. What infrastructure, what country they had has been destroyed. Life as they have known it, such as it was, has been destroyed.

      You need to grow some empathy.

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      • “You need to grow some empathy.”

        A little caution doesn’t hurt. How many “anonymous sources” have tried to discredit Trump? No doubt there’s some truth here. And this woman may be genuinely afraid to come forward. But I see where joshua is coming from too.

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    • Sayit2016 says:

      She explained why she could not give her name…. all you have to do is listen to her voice…this is a very emotionally stressed woman that is saying the food is there but not getting to the people. This has been factually checked to be true. If the roads are a problem get care packs and start dropping them where the people are.. that avoids the roads that may be out and by passes the idiot Mayor.

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  13. p'odwats says:

    The Democrats are always trying to make political hay when there is a tragic event. It’s obvious the leftists who run Puerto Rico have run it straight into the ground. They’re bankrupt financially, lack infrastructure that would of allowed for easier transport and distribution of emergency supplies, and still you have some PR officials who have the nerve to blame the US for all of this.

    It’s also disgraceful how the MSM is trying to make the hurricane in Puerto Rico a “Katrina” event to get their cheap political shots at the president. It’s obvious the US government was ready and on standby to help, but could not get anything done quickly due to the poor coordination between them and the sorry government on that island. Just like New Orleans the left has turned Puerto Rico into a dumpster fire that will require lots of money to fix up if it can be fixed at all.

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  14. Publius2016 says:

    Airdrops! Needs to be handle like an invasion…the local government doesn’t want the supplies out to the people…they want to centralize the process to control the people like dictatorship.

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  15. paulraven1 says:

    Like every Leftist regime or superstructure of power, they intend to use their own failures and corruption as a leverage for the defamation of reformists and for even greater control and power. This is the most important and awesome evil of our time. Look what they have done and are doing in our society – relentless spoliation of anything decent and functional and which involves moral and civic standards of conduct. And they fool and seduce every new generation of young people. Trump will not triumph without a plan for this evil. It is not good enough just to be a decent man and an excellent President, even to the highest standards he can achieve and surpassing all historical comparisons. Nope, it won’t be enough. This evil is too deeply embedded, too vicious, too widespread. He needs a plan of remorseless war against the Left.

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  16. kinthenorthwest says:

    Shared this is a FB political type group. It has over 45 shares already…
    TY Sundance for the information. This needs to get out.

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  17. tgmccoy says:

    I think that this is a “Bridge too Far” for the leftied and the San Juan Mayor is their
    Montgomery…
    BTW had a relative that was in “Operation Market Garden.”- he hated Monty.

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    • Beverly says:

      Monty really “romanced the canine” in that disaster, didn’t he? but hey, the ole Hero of El Alamein could do no wrong, right?

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  18. Glenn E Stehle says:

    The same thing is happening here in Mexico with the aid that is being sent to help the victims of the recent earthquakes.

    This is busiess as usual in Latin American politics. The Mexican people are magnificent, but the government officials are so corrupt that it is unimaginable for those who live in the United States:

    En Puebla, acusan que autoridades municipales se roban la ayuda para damnificados
    http://regeneracion.mx/en-puebla-acusan-que-autoridades-municipales-se-roban-la-ayuda-para-damnificados/

    Regeneración, 26 de septiembre de 2017.- En Puebla, voluntarios y brigadistas alertan sobre el robo de donaciones destinadas a damnificados por el sismo del 19 de septiembre que devastó la Ciudad de México, Puebla y Morelos.

    En entrevista con Proceso, Ariana de Jesús Ramos dijo que en Huaquechula, descubrieron que el alcalde Edwin Mora Caballero tiene los apoyos guardados en el DIF mientras la gente acude a pedir apoyos y él asegura que no tiene nada.

    De acuerdo con algunos testimonios recabados por la propia joven, el presidente municipal reparte ayuda, pero solo a los que son afines a su gobierno.

    “Fui el jueves a la presidencia municipal a informarles que teníamos un reporte de comunidades a las que no había llegado ayuda, pero cuando entré vi que la explanada del mercado estaba repleta de víveres, entonces saqué mi celular y empecé a tomar fotos, pero una persona de nombre Jaime Paulo trató de impedirlo”, relató a Proceso.

    TRANSLATION: In Puebla, municipal authorities are accused of stealing aid for the earthquake victims

    In Puebla, volunteers and aid workers report the robbery of donations destined to victims of the earthquake of September 19 that devastated Mexico City, Puebla and Morelos.

    In an interview with Proceso, Ariana de Jesús Ramos said that in Huaquechula, they discovered that Mayor Edwin Mora Caballero has the aid stored in a warehouse while people come to ask for aid and he assures that he has nothing.

    According to some testimonies collected by the young woman herself, the municipal president distributes aid, but only those who are related to his government.

    “I went to the municipal presidency on Thursday to inform them that we had a report from communities that had not received help, but when I entered I saw that the warehouse was full of provisions, so I took out my cell phone and started taking pictures, even though a person named Jaime Paulo tried to prevent it, “he told Proceso.

    The article goes on to report that there are complaints pouring in of similar incidents throughtout the state of Puebla: Tehuitzingo, Tulancingo, Hidalgo, Jolalpan and San Lucas Tulcingo.

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    • joshua says:

      explains the mob of illegals coming into the USA over the border from Mexico….heck, if Hilliary had been elected…the USA would have the same corruption going on in DC as well.

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  19. seabrznsun says:

    Prayers for the people of Puerto Rico that their corrupt government is exposed worldwide and consequences are severe for them. But first, dear Lord, get them food.

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  20. Harleyd says:

    This tragic situation is a perfect storm for the Swamp. They have been desperate to offset PDJT’s incredibly powerful response in Texas and Florida. The people of Puerto Rico are just pawns in this game.

    Key players in the Swamp and the MSM are loving this. Death and destruction are just minor collateral damage in their crusade to emasculate PDJT. Truth be told, they are happy with this disaster. They would not erase this hurricane if they had the chance (let no crisis go to waste).

    PDJT should take this to a new level. There is ample evidence of some combination of criminal behavior (robbing truck drivers), political corruption (San Juan mayor complaining about help while standing in front of endless pallets of food, water and other goods going nowhere, and taking the time and resources to print up SOS tee-shirts) and lack of local energy (ala Texas and Florida) to help our First Responders. Rescue and Recovery as usual will not work fast enough to offset the Swamp’s desire to embarrass our President.

    Send in the troops. I’d put whatever combination of National Guard, Army, Navy, Air Force and Army Corps of Engineers are required to essentially implement martial law. The local politicians are in two groups: Group One are well meaning mayors, etc. who are trying to do the right thing but are being hamstrung by the political class, and Group Two (i.e. San Juan Mayor) who are actively trying to turn this crisis into their political advantage (with major help from the MSM and the Swamp in DC).

    Enough already. Take this over and stabilize the situation. Then gradually turn the recovery effort over to those leaders who want to do the right thing. I know the criticism of PDJT will turn from lack of concern to the “heavy hand of government” but so be it. Results will be the ultimate report card.

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  21. carrierh says:

    May I send this to Trump via email this morning so he is even more informed for his trip to PR on Tuesdays. This is straight out communism and murder and nothing new in PR as in many latin countries where the rich get richer and don’t give a darn about the populous making money for them and when they can’t, do away with them in any way you can. Why, oh why, do people keep electing horrible leaders in Latin countries, especially in South America.

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  22. Mary says:

    My brother lives there. Haven’t heard from him. This is a disgraceful situation.
    Need the military to distribute the aid. Hard to believe that it’s an American territory.
    President Trump is doing everything he can, the corruption is unbelievable,
    😢

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  23. James W Crawford says:

    President Trump needs to impose martial law on Peurto Rico so that military personel or US private truck drivers can be brought in to drive trucks that are lessed or seized from Peurto Rican owners. Any of the local truck driving union thugs that obstruct delivery of emergency supplies could then be arrested.

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  24. smadallib says:

    I do not believe anything the MSM and Dems report about PR. They are so out of touch with reality and filled with hatred, I’d wager they’d find fault with apple pie, sunshine, fresh air and sliced bread if PRESIDENT Trump favored them.

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  25. James W Crawford says:

    Of course my preferred action would be to withdraw all US military personel and assets, blockade Peurto Rico to ensure no supplies are brought in, then allow evolution to take action for a few months.

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  26. I sent the link of the youtube video to whitehouse.gov

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  27. Athena the Warrior says:

    I knew the Governor was no good when he rejected a more than fair suggestion of rolling their debt and hurricane aid into a 6% loan package. He wants the debt totally forgiven as well as billions in aid. No mention of repayment.

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  28. SpanglishKC says:

    The transcript was good but listening to it “live” gave you the SENSE OF DESPARATION in her voice. When things are under control I hope she can be a powerful voice for positive change on that island. They will need it.

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  29. If it is true, it Just goes to show law enforcement doesn’t enforce the law.They are supposed to be the trash taker out’ers They are like disobedient children refusing to take the trash to the curb, so the trash man can come and take them to the dump.Because their friends told them it is not cool or for them not to.They, according to her(as a law enforcement officer) are allowing these self evident criminal behaviors to continue. They should question their bosses,and those judges sitting in those benches.It is their responsibility to know and enforce the law for the common good. and not just for the common good of a soulless, and Godless state. and the criminals that are giving them their orders.For if not them to enforce the law, Then who?

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    • G. Combs says:

      Very easy for you to say.

      A friend I know witnessed a meeting (Drug Deal) between high ups in NC gov and dealers. They found out ans shot up her house before she got home. She was then warned that the next time they would HIT her young son. (She is divorced)

      She was shaking in her shoes and in hysterics when she talked to me.

      A forester down the road reported a MJ plantation in the woods up the street from me. The local cops harassed the heck out of him every time he left his driveway. Another neighbor (Oposite direction) who is a cop in an adjoining town told me this county is known to be crooked as Hades.

      This is why I believe Arkancide does occur.

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  30. Louie Rodriguez says:

    Don’t know if the USA can declare Martial Law in Puerto Rico and take a direct responsibility in addressing the inaction of the inept state government.

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  31. Julianne Bradford says:

    What ever happened to air drops of food? We do that in remote places. Puerto Rico is a US territory and not remote!

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  32. G. Combs says:

    From WIKI:
    The Labor Management Relations Act of 1947 29 U.S.C. § 141-197 better known as the Taft–Hartley Act, (80 H.R. 3020, Pub.L. 80–101, 61 Stat. 136, enacted June 23, 1947) is a United States federal law that restricts the activities and power of labor unions. The act, still effective, was sponsored by Senator Robert A. Taft and Representative Fred A. Hartley, Jr.,

    ….The Act also authorized the President to intervene in strikes or potential strikes that create a national emergency, a reaction to the national coal miners’ strikes called by the United Mine Workers of America in the 1940s. Presidents have used that power less and less frequently in each succeeding decade. President George W. Bush invoked the law in connection with the employer lockout of the International Longshore and Warehouse Union during negotiations with West Coast shipping and stevedoring companies in 2002.{…}

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  33. Pingback: VIRAL VIDEO: Puerto Rico Cop Claims Local Bureaucracy is Blocking American Aid ⋆ Silence is Consent

  34. Joan says:

    FEMA twitter account has photos of ongoing efforts in Puerto Rico:

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